Nominate the Best Child Care or Preschool in Berkley, Huntington Woods

Let us know the best child care provider or preschool in Berkley and Huntington Woods so we can put it to a vote and find out which is the Readers’ Choice 2012 winner.

Where can you find the best child care provider or preschool in Berkley and Huntington Woods?

Patch is relaunching its Readers’ Choice program and we’re asking you, your friends, family, neighbors, coworkers and anyone else who knows about Berkley and Huntington Woods to nominate the best place for child care or preschool in the communities.

We’ll keep accepting nominations through July 9. After that, nominations will be closed and we’ll start the voting, so make sure to get in your favorites now.

All you need to do to nominate a business is to add it in the comments below. If you already see the business you want to nominate, make sure to add your comment about why it should be included, because we may not be able to add all businesses to our poll and we want to make sure the top ones make it into the poll.

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Dan Terbrack July 09, 2012 at 03:34 PM
Our Lady of La Salette Pre-school! La Salette offers complete flexible scheduling for parents including half and full days, they are fully licensed and accredited, and have an experienced staff educating in a christ-centered environment. For over 60 years, parents in our community haven chosen La Salette.
Erica Welemirov July 09, 2012 at 03:48 PM
Sorry about the typos... educational, accommodate and already. I was just in hurry to get my vote in :)
Angel July 09, 2012 at 07:29 PM
We like Berkley School District, especially the Berkley Building Blocks programs at Avery & Tyndall. We also enjoy the Enrichment Programs. We have three Children, all who have come through, or are going through the program now. The staff truely cares for the students, they help to open their minds to news ways to approach life and learning, they give them new ways to handle problems, and open doors to meet new friends. Our oldest child is at Norup now, but all fall he would go their to see his teachers and they would ask, " how he was doing and what was going on". It made him feel proud to see his sister there and continued that special connection with the school. My daughter was just promoted from there, she will atttend Norup in the Fall, but, she ask everyday if she can go back, because she loved learning, going to the gym, and the field trips. My youngest son loved his three teachers, they spent quality time with him, they made him feel welcomed, even though he came mid semester he felt like he started in the fall. They showed him new ways to approach learning. The summer programs they offer have been awesome too, we just did swimming and now they are all better swimmers. I could go on forever, but I will stop with saying, the staff truely wants the best for your children, they treat them as if they were their own, and the relationship you build last even after you leave. Mrs. A. Reed & the entire Reed Family
Lori R July 10, 2012 at 07:55 AM
All four of my children attended Mon Ami Preschool. Although it's located on the lower level of St John Church in Royal Oak (on the corner of 11 Mile and Woodward), it is owned by Huntington Woods long time resident, Carolyn Rondot. Mon Ami is simply not a preschool, it becomes your extended family. There are generations of Mon Ami grads! We always knew our children were safe and in an educational and fun enviornment.
Karenbea Sewell July 10, 2012 at 11:24 AM
My son went to Huntington Woods Christian Preschool and we really liked it there - nice staff and interactive program. My son is now 11 and still gets excited when he sees the director out in public. Huntington Woods Library used to (and maybe still does?) hold a preschool night every year where you can familiarize yourself with the local preschools.


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